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THE OHIO CAJirAieJI
Ohio polltlra ro uow ,at liljfh tide.
Sckarz wltfi Ills nine fpccclics In favor or
.hard room Inform will f" J
to a while heat. The DcmocrnM f a llicy
will carry the State wlchan overwhelm
Inx majority. But the Republicans argue
that the undercurrent 1$ strona and bc
lonin to their irty. mid that they will
certainly win the llgli. Both Bides nro
working with an Interest never before felt
In a political campaign In the buckeye
CIX1NRK, I'RAIX AND MAKKK
John Bulllncr, Samuel Grain and Allen
Baker, charred, through Music's eonfes
skm, with being parties to the murder of
George V. Slsncy, in Carbotiualu, are
now at Murtthvsboro. confined In Jail. It
is believed the examination will bode
layed until the met-tlntr of the grand jury
Many people give Music the credit of
being a knave, anxious to shield himself,
and it is asserted that Marshnl Craln, who
is directly charged with the murder of
Slsney, stayed nil night with a family
ten miles trom Carboudalc on the night
of the assassination.
C1ATH EKIJfa Or THE (SIOUX.
Sioux Indians, to the number of 145,000,
have assembled at, or arc on their way to,
the place appointed ns the rendezvous for
the grand council between the Indians
ana commissioners to determine upon n
just price for the Black 1II1K The In
diana do not appear In any hurry tor
business, ns Uiey anticipate a good time
'While negotiations nrc pending, i
White men have evidently been at work
among tho chiefs for the purpose ol
speculation, as it is said the Indians will
ask as high as $50,000,000 purchaso
money, six or eight times more than
will be offered them by the commi slon
era. as they ore not deeply Impressed
Trltta the value of the mysterious region.
LIMB MAN Ei'tVENT."
The Rev. William Henry Mllbnrn,
known as the "Blind Man Eloquent,"
will noon commence his lecturing tour
South. Uo is a man of marvelous elo
quence, and possesses a voice rich and
cleir. Wo heard his lecture on Sargent
S. Frcntiss, and were Impressed with his
powers ol oratory. He spoke of the ge
nius and fervid eloquence of Prentiss, the
New England man, who became famous
In tho Mississippi valley as an orator,
lawyer and duelist ; and by his fervid
style, electric flashes of eloquence, and
the pathos of bis voice, ho captivated a
large and refilled audience. Ho also lec
tures on Aaron Burr, Alexander Hamil
ton, John Randolph, John Milton, Pat
rick Henry, and many other interesting
subjects. Charles Lamb Is his latest sub
ject. His addrcus is box 5,087, New
THE CLINTON MOT.
Statements of citizens, white and black,
have been taken as to the origin of the
Clinton riot. Jud;ro Cabanl, Sam if.
SheJton and Frank Johnston, were dele-
gated to perform this important work
by General G'corgc, chairman of the
Democrat executive committee. Owing
to the many misrepresentations that have
surrounded the lamentable affair, the
general will Issue a pamphlet containing
a history of the disturbance. In it Is a di
rect allusion to Martin Siveiy, in the lol
lo wing words: "He had no connection
with the commencement of the dlttlcnUy;
bis conduct was beyond reproach, and he
bore the character of an estimable gen
tlcman and a sober and exemplary citi
zen. o make this statement as an act
of justice to his memory, and to correct
.an unjust rumor that he wan the origin
of this disturbance." It wu further stated
by persons acqua.ttted with the unfor
tunate Slvely, that be had not tasted
liquor for three years before the riot
The manuscript of this book is uow in
the bands ol the printer, and will certain
ly throw a true light upon the riot and
the direct causes that led to it.
HrrM AW-PKESTJHN J.WK.'.
Quincy'a choice scandal ca'c is devel
oping matters that aro not wholesome
for the Rev. Hoffman. A young woman
named Mattie Bullou, nineteen years old,
testified that she went to Qulucy in 167.1
to live In Hoffman's family aud caro for
his wife, who was In feeble health. In
January, 183, Hoffman came to her
room one night, woke her up, got luto
bed and there accomplished her seduc
tion. From that time until October fol
lowing ho had criminal connections with
her at .east once a week. Since she left
his bouse she has been llrbig ut Bush
nell, and there has been a great deal of
difficulty In finding her, aud in getting
her testimony belore the church trlrramd. j
After her testimony the ltev. Hoffman
went upon Uie witness stand and sol
emnly declared, upon the holy book, that
Miss Baltou's statement concerning him
was utterly false. False or not, it is
sworn testimony, and a simple assertion
to the contrary will have no cilect at
least It wouid not influence men comnos-
Inr an investigating committee outside
of the walls of a church. Thcoi church
committees, on church affairs, arc agood
deal like placing a man's1 father on a
Jury to try him for crime.
The Mttyon manoeuvres of the German
army were concluded In Silesia ou the
mo inst,, near ucgnitz. two urmy
corps, numbering each 30,000 men, met
m mimic battle. The field of action was
nine unlti In dlametcr-ln which were
chVJC,u- countercharges ot cavalry
SI ,1 ai,nAry' Hel8uu wre stormed and
W.M at the point of the bayonet, nnd
Use lovely valley fw d , ,
was at time, envelop i the sniokoJ 0'f
artillery and small arms. Emperor Wll
liaas.wltha brilliantly unltorWd suite
wttitMted tlie manojuvres. Porcim, t
I with the Emperor were tho Crown
ft. H King of Baxooy, the Arch.
Altmkt, of Austria; Prince A.
gust, tho Otttivn Frlnco or rormgai,
rilnco Frederick Charles, and carl At
brosht, ot Trussla ; Prince August, of
Wurtuniberg ; 1'rince Arthur, of Eng.
land. Americans pnwnt were yuartcr-
master iMgf, with his ton, and Lieut.
Kewcomh. and Cols. Dlckerson Wood-
ruff, and Oelancy Floyd Jones. The
Kni)cror, accompanied by Von Moltke,
dally witnessed the mimic light, und It U
said often dashed upon eminences where
the fight was thickest, and criticized the
storming, commanding and move
ments of the men. Germany does not
sleep on her laurels, but is ready to be up
and ut an enemy that may approach trom
Itlackwotd't Edinburgh Magatine for
September, 1870, republished by tho
Leonard Scott 1'ublUhlng Co., 11 Itnr
clay street, contains as follows :
1. "Tho Dllemum." 1'art V. With
plans of the Mustaphabad Itesldeuov.
2. "In My Study Chair."
3. "North-west Pembrokeshire."
1. "In ii Studio." Conversation No.
6. "Tennyson'rf Queen Mary."
C. "Horatlun Lyrics."
7. "Lessons from the Heceiit Slimmer
This number Is largely devoted to po
etry. Tennyson's "Queen Mary" comes
in lor a long review, with many quota
tionx, and a dissertation on "Klegles,"
occupying over twenty pages, gives ex
nmples from numerous poets.
Kuapdale, with whoso "Horatian Lyr
ics" wo are becoming familiar, has writ
ten a letter to Maga, describing one day
In his life. He began to use up his vitali
ty by taking a walk before breakfast ;
numerous duties and pleasures wore at-
tended to during the day, lie cat" 'Junks'
of sea-trout" for Ids seven o'clock dinner,
and was overtaken, l.i the midst of ids
"pot-praucilal pipe," with a horrid
nightman', which ended In verses. Ho
gives us, likewise, two lyric, in one of
which every other line ends with" love,"
n style suggestive of,
"I'll tell Hire how the maiden wept Mrs.Jloffin,
Whoa her true love wai slain, rua'unij
And how her broken spirit alcpt, Mr. Iloflin,
And never woke main, ma'am ' '
There Is space hit, however, for some
of the prosiest kind of prose, and we turn
from the "Study Chair," whoc occupant
lias been giving us a history ol all ills old
school-books, and drop into Mallett's
"Studio" and rest while he and Uelton
discuss Rafael and Michael Angelo,
Shakespeare and Bacon, and the arrange
ments nnd guests lor n select supper they
propose to give.
"North-west Pembrokeshire" is a
pleasant spot in wnicii to spend a vaca
tion, and its attractions urc here set forth
for the beuellt ot those who nro disposed
to make an excursion to Wales. Unfor
tunately, it is rather too late in the season
to take advantage of the suggestion this
"The Dilemma," this month, contains
further accounts of the mutiny, and that
we may have a better understanding of
the affair, plans of the residency and its
surroundings arc given. Can thrro be
any truth in a rumor that has reauliod us
that thin story is being written by
Thomas Hardy ? At present tho hero
and heroine are right in the centre of
"the madding crowd."
During the last four years England
has, hi imitation of Germany, instituted.
system ol Autumn Manoeuvres, rt
mimic campaign for the instruction of
officers and men In thu art of war. The
concluding artlclo in this Magazine Is n
description of these operations.
The periodicals reprinted by tho Leon
ard Scott Publishing Co. (11 Barclay
utreet, X. Y.) arc ns follows : The Lon
don Quarterly, Edinburgh, Westminaitr,
and Britiih Quarterly IUviewi, and lilac..
uood's Mitiiasine. Price, S4 a year for
any one, or only $15 for all, and the post
acc Is prepaid by the Publishers.
The President ol the United States
and his wife have returned to Long
Wm. MacMahon, proprietor of Deer
foot park, near Brooklyn, was fatally
It is propablc that the king of Spain
will marry tho daughter of the Duke of
Don Carlos refills to make peace, al
though some of his mo-t partisan fam
ilies desire it.
Ned Driver and a man named Con
ncrs were shot In Murphysboro by Jerry
O'Connor, tho Jailor.
President Grant lias promised to at
tend the army rc-uuion at Des Moines,
Iowa, ou the 20th and 30th lusts.
Tho newly elected Democratic Gov
ernor of California, William Irwin, Is the
editor of a country newspaper.
Madame Teresa TlctJcns, tho celebra
ted songstress, sailed in tho White Star
htcamshlp Adriatic for New York.
the wind that rushed over Gulvcs
tou during the luto blorm traveled nt a
rate far exceeding llfty miles an hour.
A force of 508 cavalry embarked at
Sautander, Spain, for Cuba. The patri
ots will have them bcroro the winter cam
paign Is over.
Ex-Roprcscnatativo White of Ala
bama has been appointed an Associate
Justice for Utah, ami will start for that
Territory hi October.
A young man named Hunlon. was
shot and instantly killed in a pleasure
garden, Louisville, by u German butcher
I lie ew "4 oik Sun sayn: "Tho
Syracuse Convention lias done its work
well. There aro strong names on its
ticket ; and the men will bo elected."
Marshall, who defaulted with SCO,
000 of the gas company's funds, Louis
vlllc, will not be prosecuted, owing to a
prostration from hemorrhage of the
Horaco Maynard, of Tennessee, rep-
resenting the United States in Constan
tinople, says that our government
should givo IU representative in Con-
ktantlnople the rank of envoy.
-Two year ago Pareon Brownlow
favored almost unlimited Influtlou-was
1 1 i. I. . t rr, , -
oven willing to more than double the
present volume of tho currency. Ho now
anccrs at "worthless 'rag money.' "
The Qulucy Herald, owing to an in
crease In its advertising department, has
enlarged. It Invltca all connected with
tho press who visit thu Mississippi Val
ley Fair to make that ofllee their head
quarters. Tho clghty-ono ton gun, recently
completed nt Woolwich, England, for
the iron clad Indexible, was letted, lite
charge consisted of 250 pounds of pow
der and n 1,300 pound shot. The result
The ConMltntlonnl Convention of
Alabama adopted a bill of rights. The
following section wnindopjcd unanimous
ly : "The people ol tins btntc accept as
tliial the established tact that from tho
Federal Union there can be no sereislon
ol any State."
People who use postal cards should
remember that anything written on the
side of the card Intended lor the address,
otherwise than the address, subjects the
card to letter postage, und It will not be
forwarded. If such n card by accident
is forwarded the party to whom It is ad
dressed will have to pay double thu or
dinary letter rates.
While rehearsing Uouclcatilt's drama
ot "Flying Scud" In Booth's theater,
New York, a horse used In the piece,
jumped from the stage among the Hd-
dlers and precipitated ills rcuiale. rider
among the properties of the plage. Xo
particular damage was done at tlio re
hearsal, but when the legitimate per
formance commences njatal accident may
"Do you mean to say, sir, that you
have traveled from Texas to St. Loul,
Chicago, Niagara Falls, New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Louis
villc, eat three meals a day, slept In a bed
every night, took your regular allowance
ol stimulant every day, smoked cigars
nnd vllted all the ptaces ot amusement,
nnd did It on &)?" That's what a
general superintendent of a southern rail"
road said to n Texas editor the other
TO IT AT
4i I' HiillilliiKH ftnrit From
LWeiloit, VeneU Wrecked,
Nr.w OiaiiAXfl, September Id. From
passengers who arrhed from Galve-ton
to-nlirht. brhiirihir the llr.it IntelHm-uce
since Thursday, it appears that, uoiwlth-
sianuinir tnu gross mii-rciircsi'iituiiuus
of the audit ol thu Associated Press the
damage to Galveston Island by the re
ceir. learrui storm is a very serious ca
lamity, and fully juslilies the apprehen
All day long, and during Thursday, it
Diewa hurricane, pusinng the nun water
over the entire island, aud covering even
the highest elevations ton depth of two
leet and a hall. This ridge embraces an
area ol perhaps twelve oiocks or ounii
Ings. extending from Mechanic street to
Market street, tho distance of two squares
latitudlnallyjuud from Centre street to
Bath avenue, about six squares, longitu
dinally. In the entire rear east und west
ends of the city tho water roe to a suf
ficient depth to
FLOAT LAUGH WOODEN KDtl tCLS,
mnnv nt which lire very valuable. Tho
ciulf (mini, nnrtlfiit ?f tin. rltV Wlltf lUOSt 111
this section liesrlus, and lor n uisiaiiee. ui
at least one mile and a half west, every
rr.irili-it nml foundation is ucsiroyeu
Domiciles are scattered promiscuously in
thu center of thoroughfares, many of
them being jammed together. Further
to the west, in the neighborhood of
Oleander Park, where there are many
stylish residences, the water is reported
to nave reached uuepin ot six lomneieei.
HARitowiNC Dr.rAii.sor the stohm.
From the pam-wrer; who arrived from
Galveston to-night, the most hai rowing
accounts of iheellects of tho cyclone
were gathered, as it is estimated that
somo forty lives were lost, and nearly
two hundred houses were swept away by
iiiu iiuuu, which tovi-rvu uiu euy tur tuny
two days, besides others made untenanta
ble by the looslnir of their foundations by
the water. Thu storm, it seems, beirau
lute on Tuesday night, aud increased in
fury until Friday murning, when thu
irale subsided somewhat, but not entirely
until Friday toward noon, the wind
changing in the meantime from south to
north, sending thereby a double flood
over tlio entire island. The gale reacted
its height ou Thursday night, when the
summon was one tutu
tried the stoutest or hearth.
The water from the Gulf ou the night
named rushed over thu entire island, ex
cepting a lew ot me higher spots, cover
ing it to a depth ot fr oin one to seven
feet, the gale canyingthe water high up
in tlio bay, where it submerged the
wharves, and finding its way through
the streets and alleys, met the Immense
wave from the Gull and was then turned
back, the current at times running at the
rate of from seven to ten miles an hour.
The citizens between the hours ol 12,
midnight, on Thursday, nnd i o'clock
Friday morning, witnessed
THU MOST l EAIU'UI. SCENES
In the Island city, the events occurring
then being of thu most thrilling and
heart-rendering character, houses being
undermined and sent with their Inmates
whirling through the streets, borne lodg
ing and others bchur turned over in their
progress to bury alive the Inmates in the
debris or drown them us they attempted
to escape. Not until 7 o'clock Friday
morning did the wind change to the
south and drive the water trom tlu city,
the full being utmost as rapid us had beeu
tho rise, and at 8 o'clock scarcely anv
water was left in the streets, boatb In the
meantime being used, and busily flying
ui-iwiuii uiu nuuiirus miu uie ueart oi the
1IEMOVINQ WOMEN AND CUILDIIEN
to places of safety, the greatest alarm ex
isting, as tne waves during thu night
swept with Immense force from the Gulf
to the Bay. Scarcely had quiet been re
stored, with the ilhappeuranee of the
water, when thu wind shifted, and, in
creasing In force, gradually wore around
to thu southweM, again sending the
wuter through the city from the west
end, and by a o'clock in the afternoon the
struud and bay front, which, hut a few
hours belore were nearly dry, became
covered with water to the second flour,
covering the wharves, the wind blowing
at forty miles an hour, and (ending thu
water up with Immense force, und
AGAIN FLOODING EVERYTHING.
The storm continued until nightfall,
when thu wind went down aud the water
tell as suddenly a? It rose, leaving innu
merable wrecks of churches, houses,
barns, nnd leaving many sblpuund iloope
high nml dry In the street of the city or
upon the beach, und damaging tho sto k
of goods In some of the iiore. to n Inrjp'
extent, but to what exact amount could
not be ascertained up to Saturday morn
ing, when the steamship Mary left tho
imrnor. Annaniuiu mo siores were
cloted, the merchants nnd citizens gener
ally neiiibllng to doviso ways for the
in tho way of food, shelter, etc., hun
dreds of them being without homes or
anything to eat.
Not a tree, not a slirul), is ieftstnudlng
upon the Maud, the scene presenting, as
the Mary left the harbor,
A BAItnEN WASTE,
not unlike a desert, excepting that tho
standing limws gave token of life. The
steamship Mary started from her wharf
at Galveston on Wednesday morning
while the wind was blowing a gale, nnd
evidently it was the intention of the Gal
veston agent to send her to lirashear, but
knowing It perilous to put to sea during
such a storm, Captain Benon concluded
to go no further than the bay, nnd,
after getting a sate distance from
tho wharf, let go botli aiiehors, his
judgment forbidding him proceeding
further, notwlthtniidliig the, as your
reporter learm d, "Imperative order" to
goto sea. Had he done po, the boat
with nil on Imard would doubtless have
been lost, as ?hu could not have with
stood iiii;n:niiiiii.t'oui.r suas
that prevailed hII that night. About 1
o'clock on I-'rldav moriilnir. when the
gale raged the llereet and thu seas
dasiicd over me. noui. ami wncn nothing
could hcf-eeii a boat's length distant the
Hngllsh bark Mary McDowell, a three
nwtcd veel and the largest In the liar
bur, was driven agnlii-t Hie steamship
Mary, even while the former had her
The HoikI to llrnltli.
Cleanse the stomach, bowels and blood
from all thu acrid, corrupt nnd offci'slvc
aecmmilatiniis whli li produce functional
derangement, nml you remove the cause
of uio-t diseases which allllet the human
family, and tints save large doctors' bills.
The most effectual and reliable remedy
for this purposu is found hi Dr. Pierce s
rieaant rurgativc relicts. eheap
wood or paper boxe., but kept fresh and
eininie in viais.
High liver, thoce Indulirlni' In eac
and pleasure, and tlioo of scdenUirv
hablK can prevent Hollo. Carbuncle.
Gout. Red Skin, Eruptions, Pimples.
Constipation. Piles. Druwiues, Bilious-
ne, ami other conditions induced v
such habit", by takiiijr from lour to -ix of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative! Pellets
onec a week, or. better still, one or two
each night. They are sold by dealers In
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faithful carriers at Twenty-Five Onts nWeck,
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uumim; six months, Ml three months, S3; one
month, tl 25.
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SOL. olLVtlt, Vnnsenser Aircnt.
.1. hi. flllLLll'8.
Suiierlutendeut Wl'l C0W?1 Frelcht Agent,
fj-a-v-ly Kvamville lutllami,
For lin e u days, lime at low prices, In
barrel?, by Juo. U. Phlllls ASon.
Valuable Properly for Nnlu.
The undersigned wishes to sell a House
aud Lot, located on Twenty-seventh
street, between I'ommrrclal avenuu nnd
Poplar street. Cairo, Illinois. All neces
sary out-houses, stable, etc. A No. a good
cistern. The lot is provided with fruit
trees, etc. This property will be sold nt
low ilgurc. Apply to Thomas W. Hal
llday tor further particulars.
CAino, Iixi., Sept. 17, lb"5.
Loult Herbert lin IMI,Hi;.Vi:il.
60.000 envelopes, all grades and price?,
Just received at the Bulletin job oilier.
This Is it new style of picture now be
ing produced by Wm. Winter, the nrtUt,
ol lids city. These pictures are creating
much Interest In all the principal F.ustern
ami Western cities, being altogether new.
They nro unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire i-urlace, soft in tone, but distinct in
the lights and shade. No one who sees
them falls tondmlro them, or to give the
nrtlst nil order. Wo liave been shown n
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the rlty, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advhe all
who take Interest in such matters or de
sire picture", to call upon Mr. Winter' nt
his gallery and examine Ills work in th!
new branch of the Miadow-captnring art.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy ro lef for yuiin:,' m-n from the e.
fc-t of r.r'orn and htl-c In enrly life.
Manho id ic-torod. Impediments to Mar
riage removed New method of tm.it-
m nt. New and rem a'k iiU remeill. .
I! iok and Clr ul r- sent free, In -cnle cr.
Vclof.e. Addre-H Howard Association,
4IU N. Ninth id., Phils e h'a, Pa. an in tl
union Imvliii :i Mlirep1 t- on f r honor
ahlocouditi'tand profe-s (mil kill.
Comcted llnlly by K. Jt Vtcinu, roininlssloii
men-hunt, xvret.-iry nf U- t ulm li.,jrd in
Flour, arcordlnK to sradn .J.j mxi' .VJ
Com, iiilxcl, eaekiil T'.'c
Corn, nhlte, Kjie'M-vl Ale
Oats, mWeil .".V.i l-c
llnin, - r ton slit i'i
Mml, ntenm dritil , -j 3 M
lluttcr, ehoirv .Northern iKc
llutter.cholee outlit-rn 111 J.'ic
Kvs, per cl, neu -r
Chickens, ifrdiirei $2 ucvft.1 W
Applen, liiilee, er larrel ii Ol
Apiilcs, t'onuiion, K-r bjrie! l o
I'otutoes, -r barrel - SITS
Onions wr barrel. J w
rho Pooplo'a Remedy.
ThoUnivorsol Pain Est actor.
NoUs: Ask for Pond'n Extrncf.
Tako no other.
'itt.ir- for I trill sw-ak of txccllvni thlui's '
Injuries to Manor Ilr.utj,
Sirniiiw, spniliie, Ointu-
frn-liir-, t uts, Ijiem
teil or Incited WoumU
niefilliiK I.iiiiic. or
oe llltil, aii.l llietil-
liiK tiiimi, or 'leetli
Fllfs - lllee-lliii I'lleA,
llllnd Piles, (Iniallil.Ie )
ral(!ia, Stvelleil Fato
t c.Mvelllnif rSnriMie.
Ntiirni-i or oreness.
iriiiil or Quiiisv,
.Noroor Inrliiiticl Kyes or
Htire Vlitpli-H, inihiiniHl
Pnlnfiil or too I'rol'iL-e
Milk I.-k, Ovarian I)!.-
cuiu and Ttiini.ru
REMEDY ,..R" l,n'1 straiikiiry
i nous or mriinui,
, . IVII1IIS
'VnrleiiHo Vfiu, i:n.
lifers, Old : sores Inter
. iial Ul.r:itl(iiis
Holla. Curbuiicles, Tu
mors, lint H willing
( ori,N and llunluns, Chat-
ed or Sure Feel,
I'hnlliiKM.IIuriiess or S.-ul-
IVIon or Whitlow, Fro it-
fl l.lmbs or I'artJ,
Mojiiiliu l!it., Insect
POND'N EXTIIACT is for sale by nil Flrisl.
CIiimn ItritKirUlN.and recornmejdul by
nil DrJirgUts, I'hyniclans, and v-rj-body
who Iihn etvr uhiI It.
t'aimplilet contalnlnK lllttory und L'wh mull
rl tree on application, If not found nt your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Nnw York hiiiI I.ohiIoii.
THOU the irneedv cure or nemlnul
J? Lost Manhooil and all disorders bruuKht
on by indiscretions or ctccsn, Any DriiKBlel
Address. Or. K.
In Chancery Maiter'i Bale.
State of Illinois, Alexander County st.
In the Alexander Comity Circuit ourt,
William M. Atherton and John Jfodgis ve. Johu
iiuldenund Atararet Wttllacc-I'artillun.
PU11LIC notice Is heicby given (hit In pur
suance of ilerrre r inleied inlheubnvu
entitled cause, In said ciirt id thu .Muy term
tbeieol, .v. I). ls:. l, Ji.lin Q llaiman mailer
In chancery of mid count), will n ThurnUy
theilidilay of September, A. I. l-7. lit Itie
hour ofi o'clock p in of said day, tell at pub
lic t endue, ut the court liouse door in iliecity of
Cairo, In said roiiiily, t e followiui; e-cilsM
real estate, lo-wlti I lie south lull "untie iioith
eastquirlerol'nectlou lwent)-i-een (IJ, town,
rhlp ilfleen (IS), south runp', miinlxr tn (.')
west of the third principal meridian in the
county of Alexander nml .Stale ul" Illinois, to
gether with the tenements und hereditaments
thereunto beioiiKlnir or Iheielo upM'rlain jug
Terms of fale-tmc-luilf cash in hand bal
ance In one and tw years equal payments,
wlih six ir cent interest per annum thereon
deferred iaymeiits to be secured by mortgage
on the proiicrty told.
Cairo, MUsuU, August th, 187S.
JOHN' Q UAHMAN,
- Master in Chaucen'
Llnigar A Laovltn, Comtilalaaute' tollcitwra.
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOOD3, COLLIER WHITS LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS. COLOHrf, OILS
TUBE COLORS. UXn STUFFS,
I -ollclt correspondence nnd onkrs Iroin
in Room in our line -ii-.imuoni ri.irir.tinn
tilled with reliable Unix at rraaoimlil.; rut' ).
WHOLESALE St RETAIL,
74 Ohio Levee.
Wood! Wood! Wood
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
ml sri a . e- a. t m
XI 1 i i sr iff l i 1 t
tho Lowest Cnsb Price. OFFICE
Louis Narrow Gaugo Depot.
Xiiar op rnicuB.
W od, 4 fent. preord
Wood, anwod, pr cord .......
Wood, anwd und apllt, per cont
Cual.cn load, pt Ion ... .
Coal, car loid, Binuljlon ......
Com. cur load, ono-anlf ton
L,)ve ordrn nt F.M. Stockll-th,R,G2
aixtn Blrolnncl Uommeic.ui avenue, nnu at tuo company a umco.
Orders Solicited nnd Promptly rilled.
F. M. WARD, Supt.
JA3 g.LAITE, Soc'y & Traas.
i F. M. STOGSFLliTH-
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
FOXUHXG-CT JNTD DOMBSTIO
Wines and Liiauors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kccp3 a full Ht"ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND ;NI ('ALIKORXIA WDTES.
i nui;t- vi'iii'.if
Off.-ir-l fur 'ale at
Craat Heducticn in Prices ,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales',
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS,
JiW f-t.ick (if Whito Goods, VlctorU Uwni, 8wls Maratllea, :md n l.-ircc -tock ol
Ribbons. riiU culIro stuck will li s.iM nt,i.;iu il u.t. .ind diinliiue until It Is clutol out Cal.
lid tic convinced of lire it Hi wins I TKltMi nllll 1 1.V o sll.
Corner Zib.t3a Stand Commorcial Avo
DinlttlA I'l.v-lcljtn and Urneral Stores In wan
unit euiiiuy JKiiicinr i.n.es rurulshcil oi .
1ETAIL ; PRESCRIPTION
anhlrnr'o- A v ., Co. 8th fl'
r s 1 - J a.
ii 1 si. i nit..
AND YARD nt tho Cairo tt St
- SO OO
Ohio I. ve. at th Cryntal Saloon, come
hi: imv iiauiiiv
ui Hill UUUJI0